Full Blast

Author: Don Pendleton
Publisher: Gold Eagle
ISBN: 1460372999
Category: Fiction
Page: 320
View: 661
STONY MAN The President's fail-safe option when America is threatened is an elite group of cybernetics specialists and battle-hardened commandos who operate off the books and under governmental radar. This ultraclandestine force called Stony Man has defeated terror on many fronts. Now, they're dealing with an escalating crisis from outside the country— and a far bigger one from within…. FULL BLAST The instability of the new government in post-war Iraq is a target for those with visions of power and glory— corrupted by madness and twisted ideology. As one of Iraq's former military elite launches a make-or-break bid to regain control of his country by nuclear force, a devastating new threat comes from across the Atlantic. From within the ranks of America's protectors and defenders, a conspiracy to overthrow the U.S. government appears unstoppable.

Full Blast (Full Series, Book 4)

Author: Janet Evanovich,Charlotte Hughes
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0755388453
Category: Fiction
Page: 189
View: 3849
Treat yourself to FULL BLAST by Janet Evanovich and Charlotte Hughes. Praise for the FULL series: 'A fine romance with plenty of kisses' Mirror; 'A wild mix of intrigue, sex and pyrotechnics' The Times Dating can be murder... Jamie Swift is facing the story of a lifetime that could make or break her. Someone from her newspaper's Lonely Heart's column has murdered a local woman. To find the killer, and save her newspaper, Jamie will have to call in mega-handsome millionaire genius Max Holt, who right now is still frustratingly far from becoming anything more than just her business partner. But the real problem isn't that Jamie wants to get closer to Max, it's that the killer wants to get closer to Jamie.

Skylanders: Spyro & Friends Quarterly: FULL BLAST

Author: Ron Marz,David A. Rodriguez
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Page: N.A
View: 1193
Join Spyro and his fellow Skylanders as they embark on all-new adventures! Stealth Elf, Eruptor, Jet-Vac and all your favorites are here; ready to battle Kaos and all the various vile villains of the land!

Full Blast

Author: Janet Evanovich,Charlotte Hughes
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780786287093
Category: Fiction
Page: 361
View: 952
The fourth in a series filled with past-paced action, dysfunctional, loveable characters, steamy sex, suspense and humour

The ESL Science Book

Author: John F. Chabot,Rosalind Anderson,Cynthia DiSimone,Jeannette Julich
Publisher: Full Blast Productions
ISBN: 1895451620
Category: English language
Page: 160
View: 7534

100 Thematic Word Search Puzzles for ESL

Author: John F. Chabot
Publisher: Full Blast Productions
ISBN: 1895451450
Category: Vocabulary
Page: 126
View: 4455
This is a reproducible book of 100 word search puzzles. Each puzzle is based on a theme. Each puzzle has at least 40 words to be found. After all the words have been found, the puzzle has not been completed entirely. As a bonus, the remaining extra letters on the grid can be arranged, in the order they are found on the grid, to make a sentence relevant to the topic. The puzzles can be used alone or with other thematically linked materials.

101 Crucigramas Ilustrados

Author: Gloria Correa,Erik Millette
Publisher: Full Blast Productions
ISBN: 1895451493
Category: Crossword puzzles
Page: 150
View: 7090
This book includes 10 reproducible units, 9 of which focus on a thematic approach. The tenth unit is made up of combinations of words from the first nine units. The 10 units are: Appliances, Weather, Fast Food, Signs, Furniture, Green (Environmental), Around The House, Healthy Foods, Professions and Combined. Text in Spanish.

Chilenismos : a Dictionary and Phrasebook for Chilean Spanish : Chilenismos-English, English-Chilenismos

Author: Daniel Joelson
Publisher: Hippocrene Books
ISBN: 9780781810623
Category: Foreign Language Study
Page: 185
View: 6106
Yhe Spanish spoken in Chile is frequently indiscernible to gringos and native Spanish speakers alike. This dictionary and phrasebook collects over 1,500 of these terms and idioms, known as "Chilenismos," and expresses them in simple English.

Governing Work and Welfare in a New Economy

European and American Experiments
Author: Jonathan Zeitlin,David M. Trubek
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 9780199257171
Category: Political Science
Page: 420
View: 934
This book examines the common challenges confronting the European Union and the United States as they reconfigure work and welfare in a new economy and struggle to develop effective and legitimate governance arrangements. Chapters by leading European and American scholars demonstrate thatdespite institutional and political differences, the EU and the US face similar problems created by changes in productive organization, employment patterns, household structures, and social risks. They likewise face similar problems of coordinating reforms across interdependent policy domains andlevels of governance, each involving a multiplicity of public and private actors. Because the issues are complex, the environment uncertain, and ready-made solutions unsatisfactory, policy makers in Europe and the US have increasingly recognized the need to accept diversity, encourageexperimentation, foster collaborative problem-solving, and link multiple levels of governance. The result has been a proliferation of new forms of experimentalist governance based on various combinations of devolved decision making, information pooling and performance comparison, deliberativeexploration of promising solutions or 'good practices', and redefinition of policy objectives in light of accumulated experience. Europeans are systematically studying and debating each others' policies and practices through the Open Method of Coordination, while American states and localities arelikewise developing new mechanisms for information sharing and horizontal comparison. Hence there is now an opportunity to expand the process of mutual learning to the transatlantic region as a whole.Governing Work and a Welfare in a New Economy contributes to this project by tracing parallel trends in governance and showing how new policy solutions are emerging from such experimentation. The book's innovative interdisciplinary approach and up-to-date coverage of current transformations in work,welfare, and governance on both sides of the Atlantic will make it required reading for scholars, students, and policy makers alike.

The Big Book of Matching Exercises

Author: John F. Chabot
Publisher: Full Blast Productions
ISBN: 1895451574
Category: English language
Page: 211
View: 8966

The Blast

Author: Alexander Berkman
Publisher: AK Press
ISBN: 9781904859086
Category: Political Science
Page: 242
View: 3738
Explosive writing, reporting and rhetoric of Berkman, Emma Goldman, and others who attempted revolution in 1916-17.

Thematic Activities for Beginners in English

Author: John F. Chabot,Erik Millette
Publisher: Full Blast Productions
ISBN: 1895451167
Category: Elementary education of adults
Page: 140
View: 6287
Thematic Activities for Beginners in English is a reproducible book of ten thematically linked units. It is intended for learners who are just beginning to learn English. The book eases learners into their new language through the use of illustrations and popular word games, such as crossword puzzles, word search puzzles, jumbles type exercises, spot the differences puzzles and more!. The ten units are: The Alphabet, The Human Body, In The Classroom, Clothing, Fruits and Vegetables, Verbs of Action, Animals, Nature, Transportation and Sports. Each Unit includes the study of at least 24 vocabulary words. There is a complete answer key.

Full Stop

Author: Joan Smith
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1448207886
Category: Fiction
Page: 206
View: 5598
Loretta Lawson is already a little apprehensive about spending a hot, muggy weekend alone in New York City at her friend Toni's apartment. And it seems her fears are confirmed when she receives a series of mysterious and threatening phone calls. What's more, as she explores the exciting, unfamiliar city, she has the uneasy impression that someone is watching her, perhaps even following her. Is Loretta the target of these unnerving attentions or are they aimed at Toni? Loretta begins to think that she cannot trust her own judgment; the one person who might lend a hand--her ex-husband, journalist John Tracey, also in New York on a story--has too many problems of his own to help. In the end, Loretta must face the terrifying events that unfold alone. . . .

A Year of Full Moons

A Novel
Author: Madelyn Arnold
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1466823410
Category: Fiction
Page: 304
View: 5392
Brilliant, tomboyish Josephine Margaret Butler-better known as Jos-is the second oldest child in a large, poor family living in provincial Summit, Kentucky, in 1963. After her mother has a miscarriage and retreats into herself, Jos and her sister Ellie are faced with the responsibility of running the household and taking care of their siblings and their decidedly eccentric, sometimes brilliant, and always difficult father. The nation's mounting tensions over civil rights and the Vietnam War finally begin to infiltrate Summit at the same time that Jos begins to act upon her secret passion for women. During the course of this eventful year, Jos realizes that only one thing-her intellect-can provide escape from the stifling family dynamic and small town in which she is trapped.

Full of Hope and Fear

The Great War Letters of an Oxford Family
Author: Margaret Bonfiglioli,James Munson
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191016969
Category: History
Page: 400
View: 3167
The First World War has survived as part of our national memory in a way no previous war has ever done. This collection of letters - which lay untouched for almost ninety years - allows a unique glimpse into the war as experienced by one family at the time, transporting us back to an era which is now slipping tantalizingly out of living memory. The Slaters - the family at the heart of these letters - lived in Oxford. Like most families, they were both typical and unique. Gilbert, the father of the family, had been head of Ruskin College in Oxford, and during the war found work as the first Professor of Indian Economics in Madras. His wife, Violet, grew to detest the war and became an increasingly vocal pacifist as the slaughter continued. Owen, their eldest son, a schoolboy in 1914, was fighting in France by war's end. In the letters they wrote to each other and their friends at this time we see how the war increasingly impacted upon each of their lives and the life of the world around them - rationing, Violet's increasing involvement in radical politics, the deaths of friends, the fear of Zeppelin raids when in London, the endless discussions between Violet and Gilbert about how to keep their son out of the trenches - and the growth of Owen from schoolboy to soldier, serving as a junior officer on the Western Front. Above all, in their privacy and immediacy, their inconsistencies and false hopes, these letters bring us as near as we can ever be to understanding what people thought, feared, and hoped for during these momentous years.

The ESL Safety Book

Author: Craig Dougherty,Robert Emigh
Publisher: Full Blast Productions
ISBN: 1895451396
Category: English language
Page: 118
View: 945
This is a fifty unit reproducible reading and discussion text. The articles in The ESL Safety Book are short and written at a beginner level. The articles are complemented by a variety of exercises, with attention paid to the different skills areas. Topics include: Smoke Alarms; Avoiding Victimisation; First Aid Kits; Swimming Pool Safety; Automobile Passenger Safety; Dealing with the Police: Heimlich Manoeuvre; Playground Safety; and School Bus Safety.

Tennessee's Radical Army

The State Guard and Its Role in Reconstruction, 1867-1869
Author: Ben H. Severance
Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press
ISBN: 9781572333628
Category: History
Page: 327
View: 3543
In post-Civil War Tennessee, Severance studies the influence of Republican governor William Brownlow's deployment of the partisan Tennessee State Guard, two thousand men of whom five hundred were African-American members. This militia enforced the Reconstruction policies by policing elections, protecting recent freedman, and operating against paramilitary groups like the Ku Klux Klan.

Wellbeing for Life

Author: Miriam Orwin
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465304711
Category: Self-Help
Page: 368
View: 4410
Do you want to lose weight, look great and live longer? Natural Medicine practitioner Miriam Orwin puts you on the path to a healthier life and body with Wellbeing for Life. Based on scientific and clinical research, this 3rd edition contains practical, no nonsense advice as well as numerous case studies of individuals who have used the simple meal plans and delicious recipes to look great and feel better. In Wellbeing for Life you will discover: - that the type of food you eat, not the quantity, is the key to looking great - that counting portions, calories or kilojoules is ineffective for weight loss - how to lose weight without hunger or deprivation - why vigorous exercise is not necessary - how to rebalance your metabolism - how to improve cholesterol levels - over 200 easy and tasty recipes, many of which are egg, peanut, gluten, meat and dairy free - the information and tools to permanently solve weight issues. - The wellbeing program that will change your life!